Scoring Defenses in conference play.

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That's an awful lot of blather. It would've been a lot more efficient of yours and our time, if you had simply typed:

"You're right. I was totally BSing you with all that 'our offense gave you ten points." You tried to pull off convincing us of some talking point on the WVU board that is basically the masturbatorial garbage tossed around in a pity-party circle-jerk that often occurs right after a failure to pull off an upset victory.

"Geez, we coulda won, but our @*&(@#! offense gave OSU ten points.'

Work harder.
I was wondering why none of their offensive players couldn’t run down our DE before he scored that TD. I mean to hear him talk about all of these speedsters WVU has, why didn’t they run him down? Like I said couple of weeks ago, he is like the five year old who tries to impress his older brother’s 12 year old friends.
Our DE must run 95 mph!


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So, you're right but this explains why better than your ppg, which isnt completely accurate bc of overtime, turnovers by the offenses etc. This is from 247 national writer:

The Cowboy defense is better than it’s ever been in the Mike Gundy era, allowing just 4.05 yards per play, which ranks six nationally. Jim Knowles has his unit rolling after returning 10 starters. The secondary is particularly good, carrying an 81 PFF College grade (11th nationally), a rarity in the Big 12.
 
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West Virginia leads the Big 12 in total defense and is second in points allowed. Nationally, that's good for Nos. 8 and 13 right now, and a few teams are ahead in both categories who haven’t played three games.
 
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lol no.

10 points off turnovers, 7 on a ko return.

how is that on the defense?

look at the yards Kansas had. what was it 1-12 on 3rd down? WVU's defense is special, as the announcers said--best in the big 12.

offense and ST's-not so much.
Easy there, Champ. It's Kansas for crying out loud. KANSAS! They can make any defense look like the best in the conference.
 
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Easy there, Champ. It's Kansas for crying out loud. KANSAS! They can make any defense look like the best in the conference.
held baylor to 14 points in regulation and actually only 7 were given up by the defense.

Oklahoma State scored 27, but 7 was on a sack/fumble by the offense.
WVU also played prevent the entire game against you guys, which the defensive coaches admitted afterward was a mistake.

Even so, WVU's defense is still 1st in total yards in big 12 and 6th nationally.

WVU defense in the second half held Kansas to 15 runs for 3 yards and 8 pass plays for 14 yards.

23 plays. 17 yards. Outside of a 43 yard td that bounced out of the cbs hands and into the wr's hands, wvu held kansas to a total of 114 yards. Add the 43 and it's still a low number.
 
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Well, too bad you don’t get to make the rules on which score count and which don’t

but keep dreaming on that “best in the Conference“

im sure you could talk yourself into a WVU undefeated season this year.

you sure your not an Aggie ?
 

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held baylor to 14 points in regulation and actually only 7 were given up by the defense.

Oklahoma State scored 27, but 7 was on a sack/fumble by the offense.
WVU also played prevent the entire game against you guys, which the defensive coaches admitted afterward was a mistake.

Even so, WVU's defense is still 1st in total yards in big 12 and 6th nationally.

WVU defense in the second half held Kansas to 15 runs for 3 yards and 8 pass plays for 14 yards.

23 plays. 17 yards. Outside of a 43 yard td that bounced out of the cbs hands and into the wr's hands, wvu held kansas to a total of 114 yards. Add the 43 and it's still a low number.
Noleer can really spin it!
 
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He does realize that we were super conservative on our calls by just running until wvu got close then we threw the ball right? If we had the plays we had vs Kansas it would've been a whole different game.
 
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Easy there, Champ. It's Kansas for crying out loud. KANSAS! They can make any defense look like the best in the conference.
held baylor to 14 points in regulation and actually only 7 were given up by the defense.

Oklahoma State scored 27, but 7 was on a sack/fumble by the offense.
WVU also played prevent the entire game against you guys, which the defensive coaches admitted afterward was a mistake.

Even so, WVU's defense is still 1st in total yards in big 12 and 6th nationally.

WVU defense in the second half held Kansas to 15 runs for 3 yards and 8 pass plays for 14 yards.

23 plays. 17 yards. Outside of a 43 yard td that bounced out of the cbs hands and into the wr's hands, wvu held kansas to a total of 114 yards. Add the 43 and it's still a low number.
Scoreboard, 6 games in a row.


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